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    okay ladies its almost time for turkey!! so how do you cook yours? I have cooked mine the same for about 3 years now and it does come out yummy but I am thinking of trying something new. maybe brining? has anyone ever brined a turkey before? tell me your secrets!
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    I'm trying a brine this year, a good friend makes it every year and swears by it. I think it's Alton Brown's recipe. Then I'll just stuff and roast as usual.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sid's Girl View Post
    I'm trying a brine this year, a good friend makes it every year and swears by it. I think it's Alton Brown's recipe. Then I'll just stuff and roast as usual.
    I have seen two alton shows where he does brines and he makes it look so simple! I think I will go with his recipe as well,
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    Two people I know both use his turkey brine and say it's incredible. What the heck, might as well try it.
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    What is a turkey brine?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MandaJ View Post
    What is a turkey brine?
    Its where you soak it in a salt water mix before you cook it. Makes it really juicy.
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    My MIL actually deep fried it last year (Christmas) and I was AMAZED at how different and juicy it tasted. It was amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Birdy View Post
    Its where you soak it in a salt water mix before you cook it. Makes it really juicy.
    hmmmm. Never heard of that before.

    Im nervous. This year I will be cooking my own turkey, Alone. Lets pray that we wont have to take out a package of hamburger just in case. lol
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    We usually have cajun fried turkey. This year, we're having it with friends and I'm not in charge of the turkey so I don't know what it will be!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MandaJ View Post
    hmmmm. Never heard of that before.

    Im nervous. This year I will be cooking my own turkey, Alone. Lets pray that we wont have to take out a package of hamburger just in case. lol
    I was so nervous when I cooked my first turkey!! I have been using this recipe from the beginning and everyone loves it! soooo easy, I just add my own favorite herbs to the butter

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